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Trump’s Friend Robert Kiyosaki — ‘Most Patriotic Thing You Can Do’

Robert Kiyosaki, you probably know him from Rich Dad, Poor Dad. He recently called Donald Trump “most patriotic” for something you might find detestable. Donald Trump has a lot of buddy-buddy connections in the world of business. Sometimes, particular scenarios seem borderline “scratch my back, and I’ll scratch yours.” Such is the case with Trump’s... Read more » Trump’s Friend
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